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Cyber Bullying

What is CYBERBULLING? ................................


Dear friends,

CYBERBULLING is when one person or a group of people try to threaten, tease or embarras someone esle by using a mobile phone or the internet.


CYBERBULLING is just as harmful as bulling in the real world. If you see it happaning, report it. Don't ignore it.

¤Are you a part of it?
Those who take part in online bullying often use a group of friends to target their victims by asking them to add a comment to a photo on a blog, or asking them to forward it onto another group of frends. Sometimes, these people even realise they are actually bullying someone.

There are lots of different types of cyberbullying. These are the main ones:

Sending emails that can be threatening or upsetting.
Emails can be sent directly to a single target, or to a group of people to encourage then to become part of the bullying.
These massages or 'hate mails' can include examples of racism, sexism and other types of prejudice.

If someone sends yot a massage and you forward or laugh at it, you are actually adding to the problem.

Instant messenger and chatrooms

sending instant messenger and chatroom messages to friends or direct to a victim.
Others can be invited into the bullying conversation, who then become part of it by laughing.

Social networking sites

Setting up profiles on social networking sites to make fun to someone. By visiting these pages or contributing to them, you become part of the problem and add to the Cyberbullying cannot physically hurt you, it can still leave you feeling mentailly vulnerable and very upset . You can also feel scared, lonely and stressed and that there z no way out.

Escaping cyberbullying can be very difficult.
Because anyone can get access to a mobile phone or the internet almost anywhere, it can be tough for those on the receiving end to avoid it, even in the safety of their own home.


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